Historical PowerTrack API
Historical PowerTrack gives you complete and comprehensive access to every publicly available Tweet, ever.
Key features and core concepts.
Rules & Filtering
List of supported operators and more.
How to make a request to the API.
Code snippets to get your started.
Get answers to frequently asked questions.
This is a job-based API that provides filtered access to every publicly available Tweet, ever. The API supports up to 1000 PowerTrack rules per job to support even the most complex set of filters.
- [01/23/2017] Quote Tweet filtering is now supported.
- [01/23/2017] Quoted Tweets are now fully rehydrated within HPT Tweet payloads.
- [01/17/2017] Quote_count and reply_count now availabale in original format payloads.
Understanding the similarities and differences between the Historical PowerTrack and Full-Archive Search APIs will help you pick the appropriate tool for your historical research.
When using Twitter's Full-Archive Search, it is important to understand when query Operators first start matching Tweet JSON attributes.
When using Historical PowerTrack, it is important to understand when PowerTrack Operators first start matching Tweet JSON attributes.
The evolution of Twitter and its Tweet JSON metadata, and how that affects finding your historical signal of interest.
Help with downloading Historical PowerTrack data files
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